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Buddhadharma : Spri 2007
spring 2007| 66 |buddhadharma Taos Institute Publications www.taosinstitute.net By Jacqueline M. Stavros and Cheri B. Torres Dynamic Relationships: Unleashing the Power of Appreciative Inquiry in Daily Living invites us to step into the apprecia- tive paradigm where the principles governing our actions and relationships offer a means for in- creased value and mean- ing in our lives. This book offers us practical ideas for exploring these principles through cycles of reflection and action in ways that help create and sustain life-affirming relationships and success in our daily lives. $18.95 By Kenneth J. Gergen Therapeutic Realities: Collaboration, Oppres- sion, and Relational Flow. Social construction- ist thought transforms psychotherapy, opening new vistas in understand- ing and practice. This work provides a brief introduc- tion to social construction, and then illuminates the landscape of change. Special emphasis is given to topics of therapeu- tic communication, narrative, and therapeutic practices both traditional and contemporary. $32.00 Order online at: www.taosinstitutepublications.net Phone: 1-888-999-TAOS (in US), 1-440-338-6733 (outside US) Fax: 1-440-338-6733, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Horizons in Buddhist Psychology: Practice, Research, and Theory, Edited by Maurits G.T . Kwee, Kenneth J. Gergen, Fusako Koshikawa This book is for those who are interested in Bud- dhist teachings and all who seek routes to growth in human well-being, particularly therapists, coaches, and scientists. It is a vanguard work that sets a cul- tural revolution in motion by bringing the fruits of the Buddhist heritage together with contemporary ther- apy, systematic research, and postmodern thought. The volume contains 28 chapters by 38 contributors from 12 countries, and introduces a range of useful practices, evidence of their efficacy, and integrative theoretical deliberations. Its contents move toward a climax called New Buddhist Psychology. "Timely and intriguing, a comprehensive source for furthering mindfulness and joy." - Robert L. Leahy, President, International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy. "This volume marks a new level of maturity in the conversation between Buddhism and Western psychology." -Paul Fulton, President, Institute for Meditation & Psychotherapy $40.00 US ISBN 0-9712312-6 -5